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Film festival begins with ‘La Heine’

A man falls off a building, and every time he passes a floor he says “so far so good.” “So far so good” is the mantra of the French language film “La Haine,” which served as the opening showing of this year’s World Film Festival Wednesday night. APSU’s World Film ...

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Shattering glass, social norms in America

The APSU Women’s Club hosted a seminar where they invited President Alisa White to speak on how female professionals can break through the glass ceiling. The meeting took place Thursday at noon in the Morgan University Center. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a “glass ceiling” as an intangible barrier within a ...

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The Good, the Bad and the Netflix: ’13 Assassins’

“13 Assassins” was not what I was suspecting from a Takashi Miike film. For the uninitiated, Miike has made some very bizarre films. His main influences are David Lynch and David Cronenburg, for an explanation of Miike’s weird film lineage. He has also been known for showing extreme violence in his ...

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Turner arrives, shakes campus

A fissure opened up at the gallery 108 at Trahern. This fissure was not from an earthquake, or any other geological phenomenon, but it was an art exhibition from junior fine arts major Khari Turner. The show is called “Fissure: A Rift Between Us” and it showed at the gallery ...

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Withrow addresses College of Business

The APSU College of Business hosted a speaking engagement for the school’s accounting students. The guest speaker was Brad Withrow, a member of APSU’s College of Business Advisory Board. Withrow is also an alumnus of APSU graduating in 1988 as an accounting major. The College of Business introduced Withrow to ...

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